Monthly Archives: June 2011

School’s out…

Well, not quite, and that’s why I’ve written so infrequently.  Now that we’re past exams, I intend to write more in the coming days.  My summer agenda includes: A discussion of the struggle for bilingual education–this is becoming more important … Continue reading

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A Match Made in Hell

First, apologies for the irregularity of posts—end of the school year and all… In today’s post, I want to give voice to the teachers who have been subjected to the matching system that the Providence Public School Department has implemented … Continue reading

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The Suburban Radical Blues

First of all, a shout out to all who came to yesterday’s excellent rally at City Hall! The Providence Journal covered it decently well, and the senior videographer of American Trotskyism caught it all on tape! My particular recommendation is … Continue reading

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J’accuse!

First, if you have not already done so, please go read Tom Hoffman’s blog posts on Achievement First. Tom has compiled important facts about organization in the lead up to these last week’s forums, and everyone needs to know this … Continue reading

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